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PIDGEONs of Cullompton, Devon

It is probable (but not proven) that John Pidgeon was born at Cotleigh in 1723, the son of Richard Pidgeon (see The Pidgeons of Cotleigh family tree).

At least five generations of John PIDGEONs were millers in Cullompton, Devon. The first John PIDGEON married Joan, the daughter of Thomas and Mary BOWERS. Seven of their nine children survived and married. Their three daughters married into the ELLICOTT, RICE and FACEY families. Two sons were married to the same woman (presumably, the second marrying her after the first had died), while a third son travelled north to Cheshire and sired the PIDGEONs of Stockport. Apart from those of Stockport and the descendants of one great-grandson (including the CANN family) who all emigrated to the USA, most of John & Joan’s descendants remained in Devon, although no Pidgeons remain there, today.

Mainl contributor: Basil PIDGEON
Additional contributors: Nola COUPER, Linda BLUM-BARTON, Ruth WILSON

Notes:
   ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,
   (+) = extra-marital relationship
   Cull = Cullompton, Devon
   Places in italics = Registration districts
John PIDGEON Sr (bp?16/11/1723, Cotleigh – bu.11/11/1801, Cull) Miller
   m. (2/6/1748, Cull) Joan BOWER (bp.12/5/1728, Silverton – bu.14/4/1774, 45y, Cull)
    |
    |– Mary PIDGEON (bp.21/5/1749, Cull – bu.1808, Cull)
    |      m. (6/9/1770, Cull) Thomas ELLICOTT (b.21/6/1749  – d.1828, Cull)
    |       |
    |      └   →    See PIDGEON–ELLICOTTs of Cullompton family tree
    |
    |– Henry PIDGEON (b.5/11/1750, bp.30/12/1750, Cull – bu.10/11/1754, 3y 11m, Cull)
    |
    |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (bp.17/5/1752, Cull – bu.11/7/1816, 65y, Cull)
    |      m. (7/8/1772, Cull) Richard RICE (b.  – d.ab.1827) Currier
    |       |
    |      └   →    See PIDGEON–RICEs of Cullompton family tree.
    |
    |– John PIDGEON Jr (bp.12/5/1754, Cull – bu.24/7/1802, Cull) Miller
    |      m. (10/1/1799, St Sidwell, Exeter) Joan PIDGEON (née GILLARD ?) (b.  – d.)      [see below]
    |       |                                                        m3.(12/2/1804, Cullompton) William FOWERAKER
    |       |– Mary PIDGEON (b.15/4, bp.28/4/1799, Cull – d.1845, Tiverton)
    |       |      m.(30/8/1827, Cull)  John BOYCE (wid) (bp.27/5/1798, Tiverton – d.1856, Tiverton) Ag Lab
    |       |       |    1841:  at Rudd’s Bldgs, Tiverton – John & Mary;  Mary (15), Margaret (15), Harriet (11), James (8)
    |       |       |?  1851:  at Rudd’s Bldgs, Tiverton – John (wid);  Mary A (24), Harriet (21)
    |       |
    |      └  John PIDGEON III (b.4/8, bp.6/9/1801, Cull – d.10/6/1857, 55y, Cull) Miller
    |               m.(19/6/1825, Cull) Rebecca PANNELL (b.ab.1804, Cull – d.26/10/1874, 70y, Cull)
    |                |    1841:  at Clark’s Mill, Cull – John & Rebecca;  Rebecca, John, Amelia, David, Lavinia, Matilda,
    |                |                                                                                                                                    Tristram, Flora
    |                |    1851:  at Higher Mill, Cull – John & Rebecca;  Rebecca, Amelia, Lavinia, Matilda, Tristam,
    |                |                                                                            Flora, Eliza, Frederick A, Alfred, Rosina V, Joshua D
    |                |    1861:  at Higher Mill, Cull – Rebecca (wid);  Matilda, Frederick A, Alfred, Rosina V, Joshua D
    |                |    1871:  at Cockpit Hill, Cull – Rebecca (wid)
    |                |
    |                |– Rebecca Pannell PIDGEON (bp.13/8/1826, Cull – d.22/7/1857, 31y, Cull) Dressmaker
    |                |
    |                |– John PIDGEON IV (bp.6/1/1828, Cull – d.24/9/1906, 78y, Cull) Master Miller
    |                |       :    1851:  at West Monkton, Som – John (visitor with Nicholas MANLEY, miller)
    |                |      m.(10/12/1857, Goathurst) Anne PANNELL (b.ab.1833, Goathurst, Som – d.31/3/1918, 85y,
    |                |       |    1861:  at Lower Mill Cull – John & Ann; John, Walter + 1 nurse, 1 miller, 1 house-servant
    |                |       |    1871:  at Higher Mill Lane, Cull – John & Anne; Laura, Fred, Arthur + Mark EVANS
    |                |       |    1881:  at the Mills in Mill Lane, Cull – John & Anne; John, Laura, Arthur, Annie
    |                |       |                                     + William PANNELL (17, grocer’s asst), Mary STONE (16, dom.serv.)
    |                |       |    1891:  at 1 Belle Vue Terrace, Cull – John & Anne;  Laura
    |                |       |    1901:  at 1 Belle Vue Terrace, Cull – John & Anne;  Laura
    |                |       |    1906:  John  d. of Cull (Probate, London to widow Annie, Alfred WOOLLARD hosier & Albert
    |                |       |                                                                                    Edward GODDARD tailor - £6229-14-11)
    |                |       |    1911:  at Belle Vue Terrace, Cull – Anne (wid);  Laura  + Frances HERBERT (dom.)
    |                |       |    1918:  Anne d. of Belle Vue, Cull  (Probate London to the reverend Arthur Pidgeon PANNELL
    |                |       |                                                                                                                    clerk - £1108-0-10)
    |                |       |– John PIDGEON V (b.1859, Cull – d.) Miller
    |                |       |           Emigrated to New Zealand?
    |                |       |            1894:  a John PIDGEON (30, single, miller, English) sailed from Auckland, NZ to
    |                |       |                       San Francisco, USA on the SS Monowai, arriving 7 July – with $350
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Walter PIDGEON (b.1861, Cull – d.2/7/1861, 4m, Cull)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Laura PIDGEON (b.1862, Cull – d.28/3/1946, 83y, Exeter) Milliner
    |                |       |    1946:  d. at Exeter Hospital, of 1 Belle Vue Terrace, Cull
    |                |       |               (Admin [+will] London to Annie Eliza GODDARD widow - £4578-12-0)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Fred PIDGEON (b.1866, Cull – d.1875, 9y, Cull)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Arthur PIDGEON (b.27/10/1870, Cull ––→)
    |                |       |      (before 1892) by deed poll to Arthur Pidgeon PANNELL (←– d.19/9/1946, 75y, London)
    |                |       |                                                                                                                        Clergyman C of E
    |                |       |            1891:  at 1 Station Villa, Phillack, Cornwall – Pannell PIDGEON (Tutor of Arts)
    |                |       |            1892:  matriculated St Mary Hall, Oxford (18 Oct)
    |                |       |            1901:  at The Vicarage, Belchamp Walter, Esx – Arthur P PANNELL + Clara HIGGINS (servt)
    |                |       |            1911:  at Bulmer Vicarage, Sudbury, Suf – Arthur P  + Charles & Sarah J;  John, Ivy
    |                |       |                                                                                                                         OSMENS (servts)
    |                |       |            1920:  Published by Arthur Pidgeon PANNELL: “Miracles which Happen: a study in
    |                |       |                                                 suggestion and auto-suggestion, and particularly in their bearing
    |                |       |                                                                      on New Testament and other works of healing, etc”
    |                |       |            1946:  d. at St Luke’s Hostel, Fitzroy Sq, London – of The Homes of St Barnabas
    |                |       |                       Dormans, Surrey, clerk.  (Probate London to Nat’l Prov’l Bank Ltd and Charles
    |                |       |                                                 Worthington Hawksley surgical instrument maker - £6317-19-6.)
    |                |       |
    |                |      └ Annie Eliza PIDGEON (b.1872, Cull – d.13/10/1955, 83, Cull)
    |                |              m.(16/4/1902, Cull) Albert Edward GODDARD (b.1873, Woodcutts, Dorset – d.14/11/1931,
    |                |                |                                                                         58y, Bristol) Outfitter, Tailor, hatter & hosier
    |                |                |    1881:  at Sixpenny Handley, Dor – Tom & Sarah;  Albert, Nellie GODDARD
    |                |                |    1901:  at Weston Super Mare, Som – Albert GODDARD
    |                |                |    1911:  at 241 Cheltenham Rd, Bristol – Albert Edward & Annie Eliza;  Edward Cooper 
    |                |                |                                                                                                                             + visitor
    |                |                |    1931:  Albert d. of 85 Redland Rd, Bristol (Probate Bristol to widow Annie Eliza - £3755-2-0)
    |                |                |    1955:  Annie d. of 1 Belle Vue Terrace, Cull (Probate Exeter to Edward CooperGODDARD
    |                |                |                                                                                                   civil servant - £4365-5-9)
    |                |               └  Edward Cooper GODDARD (b.15/8/1905, Bristol – d.1982, 76y, Bristol)
    |                |                             1946:  at 17 Dragon Avenue, Harrogate, (Laura’s nephew at her death)
    |                |
    |                |– Amelia PIDGEON (bp.19/9/1830, Cull – d.16/11/1888, 58y, Clapham) Draper
    |                |            1861:  at 103-108 Oxford St, London – Amelia (servt, assistant draper)
    |                |            1871:  at Innalls Cottage, Grove Street Rd (now Victoria Park Rd), S Hackney – Amelia
    |                |            1881:  at 96 High St, Clapham – Amelia, visiting the WOOLLARDs           (visitor, saleswoman)
    |                |            1888:  d. at 96 High St, Clapham (Formerly of 140 Cheapside, London and 317 Clapham Rd.
    |                |                                             Probate London by brother John PIDGEON Gentleman, High St, Cull and
    |                |                                                     Alfred WOOLLARD hosier, 96 High St Clapham [Execs] - £940-3-10)
    |                |
    |                |– David PIDGEON (bp.28/10/1832, Cull – bu.28/2/1851, 19y, Cull)
    |                |
    |                |– Lavinia PIDGEON (bp.31/8/1834, Cull – d.1915, 71y, Lewisham) Draper. Milliner
    |                |       :    1871:  at 5 Palace Rd, Lambeth, London – Lawrence (sic), Matilda (sister)
    |                |      m.(10/4/1874, Lambeth) Benjamin Samuel BRADLEY (b.ab.1817, Sheffield – d.1897, 79y,
    |                |                                                                                                            West Bromwich) Boot maker
    |                |            1881:  at 152 Hockley Hill, Birmingham – Benjamin & Lavinia + Sarah RICHARDSON (14, visitor)
    |                |            1891:  at 97 Boulton Rd, Handsworth – Benjn S & Lavinia + 2 boarders
    |                |            1901:  at 18 Regent Rd, Handsworth – Lavinia (wid) + 3 boarders
    |                |            1911:  at 16 Florence Rd, Handsworth – Lavinia (wid)
    |                |
    |                |– Matilda PIDGEON (bp.4/12/1836, Cull – d.8/7/1909, 72y, Chorlton, Lancs) Milliner, Dress & mantle
    |                |            1871:  at 5 Palace Rd, Lambeth, London – Lawrence (sic), Matilda (sister)                    Maker
    |                |            1881:  at 201 Blackburn Rd, Accrington, Lancs – Matilda, Rosina V
    |                |            1901:  at 13 Furness Rd, Rusholme, Manchester – Matilda, Rosina V + Leopold SMITH
    |                |                                                                                                                    (boarder, 19, Musician)
    |                |            1909:  d. of 25 Lorne Grove, Fallowfield, Manchester, spinster. (Probate Manchester to
    |                |                                                                                                      Rosina Victoria Pidgeon spinster)
    |                |– Tristram PIDGEON (b.6/71838, Cull – d.1858, 19y, Cull)
    |                |
    |                |– Flora PIDGEON (b.14/6/1840, Cull – d.11/9/1860, 20y, Cull) Milliner
    |                |
    |                |– Eliza PIDGEON (b.6/2/1842, Cull – d.18/4/1911, 69y, Wandsworth)
    |                |       :    1861:  at East Street, Bridport – Eliza (servant/assistant to Arthur REYNOLDS, draper & tailor)
    |                |      m.(11/8/1867, Lambeth, Surrey) Alfred WOOLLARD (bp.4/9/1842, Walkern, Herts – d.4/1/1926,
    |                |       |                                                                                      83y, Wandsworth) Hosier & Shirtmaker
    |                |       |    1871:  at 233 Westminster Road, Lambeth – Alfred WOOLLARD + Alfred, Rosina V PIDGEON
    |                |       |               at Westmill village, Herts – Eliza (visitor to Charles & Emily JACKSON & family)          
    |                |       |    1881:  at 96 High St, Clapham, Surrey – Alfred & Eliza; Mabel A, Frederick A, Alfred E,
    |                |       |                         Edith M, Florence E, Harry P, Ethel M WOOLLARD  + Amelia PIDGEON & 3 servts
    |                |       |    1901:  at 11 Larkhall Rise, Clapham – Alfred & Eliza; Mabel, Frederick, Alfred, Edith,
    |                |       |                                                                  Florence, Harry, Ethel  + Bridget M NOLAN (28, servt)
    |                |       |    1911:  at 11 Larkhall Rise, Clapham – Alfred & Eliza; Mabel Amelia, Alfred Ernest,
    |                |       |                                                                           Florence Eliza  + Daisy Annie HOATH (18, servt)
    |                |       |    1911:  Eliza d., of 11 Larkhall Rise, Clapham (Admin London to Alfred Ernest WOOLLARD
    |                |       |                                                                                 secretary and The Public Trust - £990-10-0)
    |                |       |    1926:  Alfred d. of 11 Larkhall Rise, Clapham (Probate London to Alfred Ernest WOOLLARD
    |                |       |                                         secretary and The Public Trust - £16,421-8-6.  Resworn £18,971-8-6)
    |                |       |– Mabel Amelia WOOLLARD (b.1872, Lambeth – d.1943, 71y, Battersea)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Frederick Arthur WOOLLARD (b.1874, Lambeth – d.31/3/1960, 85y, Weybridge) Hosier’s
    |                |       |       :                                                                                                                          Assistant
    |                |       |      m.(5/9/1904, Kelvin, Glasgow) Margaret BLAKE (b.1876, Glasgow – d.21/2/1953,
    |                |       |       |                                                                                                                        Chertsey)
    |                |       |      └ Alfred Richard McKinnon WOOLLARD (b.1908, Putney – d.13/11/1985, Weybridge)
    |                |       |               :                                                                                                 Work Study Engineer
    |                |       |              m.(4/7/1942, Southall) Zoie Margaret Norman ABBOTT (b.ac.1913, Ealing –
    |                |       |               |                                                                                            d.14/7/1973, Weybridge)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Alfred Ernest WOOLLARD (b.1875, Lambeth – d.1956, 81y, Lambeth) Solicitor’s Clerk
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Edith Mary WOOLLARD (b.1877, Lambeth – d.)
    |                |       |      m.(5/5/1909, S Lambeth) Henry Westbury HILLIER (b.ab.1875, Lambeth? – d.)
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |      └  Edith Elca HILLIER (b.14/2/1910, Portsmouth – d.12/1989, 79y, Haringey)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Florence Eliza WOOLLARD (b. 1878, Lambeth – d.1959, Battersea)
    |                |       |– Harry Pannell WOOLLARD (b.1880, Clapham – d.) Hosier’s Assistant
    |                |       |      m.() Nellie COTTON (b.ab.1880, London? – d.)
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |       |– Joan WOOLLARD (b.1915, Clapham – d.)
    |                |       |       |– John WOOLLARD (b.21/3/1918, Clapham – d.6/2/2006, 87y)
    |                |       |      └  Beatrice Mary (Trixie) WOOLLARD (b.27/2/1921, Clapham – d.1994, 72y, Wandsworth)
    |                |       |
    |                |      └  Ethel Maud WOOLLARD (b.1881, Clapham – d.)
    |                |
    |                |– Frederick Alexander PIDGEON (b.16/9/1843, bp.21/3//1845, Cull – d.1861, Cull)
    |                |
    |                |– Alfred PIDGEON (bp.21/3/1845, Cull – d.1905, 60, Calstock, Corn) Baptist Minister
    |                |       :    1871:  at 233 Westminster Road, Lambeth – Alfred, Rosina V PIDGEON with Alfred WOOLLARD
    |                |       :                                                                                                         (brother-in-law, see above)
    |                |      m.(1/1/1877, Ottery St Mary) Eleanor Gwynne CARTER (b.1853, Ottery St Mary – d.1932, 79y,
    |                |       |                                                                                                                       St Columb, Corn)
    |                |       |    1881:  at Sainthill Farm, Kentisbeare – Alfred & Eleanor G;  Theodora M, Ethel F + Mary
    |                |       |                                                                                                                                   CARTER (15y, niece)
    |                |       |    1891:  at 4 Baptist Terrace, Calstock, Cornwall – Alfred & Eleanor G;  Theodora M, Alfred L,
    |                |       |                                                                                                                           Ethel F, Edith A
    |                |       |    1901:  at Baptist Chapel, Calstock, Cornwall – Alfred & Eleanor G;  Alfred L, Ethel F, Edith A
    |                |       |    1911:  at St Anns Chapel, Gunnislake, Corn – Eleanor Gwynne (wid);  Alfred Lionel,
    |                |       |                                                                                                               Ethel Florence  + visitor
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Theodora May PIDGEON (b.1878, Kentisbeare – d.3/12/1951, 73y, Redruth)
    |                |       |       :    1901:  at  Penverton Ter, Redruth – T May (governess) with Wm PETERS & family
    |                |       |       :    1901:  at  Redruth – Thomas & Mary;  Thomas, Edgar, Florence TROUNSON
    |                |       |      m.(15/6/1904, Redruth) Edgar TROUNSON (b.31/1/1878, Redruth – d.28/1/1944, 66y,
    |                |       |       |                                                                                                                  Redruth) Grocer
    |                |       |       |    1911:  at The Elms, Green Lane, Redruth – Edgar & Theodora;  Donald, Frank, Dorothy
    |                |       |       |                                                     + Herbert (bro) + Fanny ROSKROW (g-mother)+ 3 servts
    |                |       |       |– Alfred Donald TROUNSON (b.1905, Redruth – d.1972)
    |                |       |       |      m1.(1936, Redruth) Joan E TREMAYNE
    |                |       |       |      m2.(Naples?) Peggy DOW
    |                |       |       |      m3.() Molly CLAMPETT
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |       |– Frank TROUNSON (b.1907, Redruth – d.1972)
    |                |       |       |      m.(1934, Ware, Herts) Kathleen M CHETWOOD
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |       |– Dorothy Mary TROUNSON (b.7/3/1909, Redruth – d.1/5/1974)
    |                |       |       |      m.(1934, Redruth)  ? WILTON
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |       |– Barbara Ruth TROUNSON (b.4/3/1914, Redruth – d.1/10/1986)
    |                |       |       |
    |                |       |       |      m.(1958, Taunton) Clement H H PUGSLEY
    |                |       |      └  Elizabeth TROUNSON (b.19/2/1919, Redruth – d.)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Alfred Lionel PIDGEON (b.1879, Kentisbeare – d.1952, 73y, Bridge, Kent) Accountant
    |                |       |      m.(7/4/1928, Dartford, Kent) Alice Maud DAVEY (b.ab.1880 – d?1957, 78y, I Wight)
    |                |       |
    |                |       |– Ethel Florence PIDGEON (b.1880, Kentisbeare – d?1968, 87y, Bristol)
    |                |       |
    |                |      └  Edith Amelia PIDGEON (b.1882, Kentisbeare – d.) Hospital “Sister”
    |                |                    1911:  at Torquay Hospital, Union St, Torquay – Edith Amelia
    |                |
    |                |– Joshua PIDGEON (b.9/8/1846, Cull – d.1847, 0y, Cullompton)
    |                |
    |                |– Rosina Victoria PIDGEON (b.6/6/1848, bp.29/3/1850, Cull – d.27/1/1941, 92y, Manchester)
    |                |                                                                                                           Milliner, Dress & Mantle Maker
    |                |            1871:  at 233 Westminster Road, Lambeth – Alfred, Rosina V PIDGEON with Alfred WOOLLARD
    |                |            1881:  at 201 Blackburn Rd, Accrington, Lancs – Matilda, Rosina V                       (see above)
    |                |            1901:  at 13 Furness Rd, Rusholme, Manchester – Matilda, Rosina V + Leopold SMITH
    |                |            1941:  d. at 20 Nell Lane, Withington, Manc’r – of 25 Lorne Grove, Fallowfield, Manchester
    |                |                           (Probate Manchester to Mabel Amelia WOOLLARD spinster – £570-7-11)
    |                |
    |               └  Joshua David PIDGEON (b.21/2/1851, Cull – d.22/4/1922, 71y, Greenwich) Pharmaceutical Chemist
    |                             1871:  at 35 Catherine St, Salisbury – Joshua D (assistant to Joel NEWTON, chemist)
    |                             1881:  at 29 Moseley St, Newcastle-on-Tyne – Joshua David + 2 assist’s & housekeeper
    |                             1901:  at 6 Lewisham High Rd, Deptford, London – Joshua D (single)
    |                                               (now Lewisham Way, New Cross)
    |                             1911:  at 6 Lewisham High Rd, New Cross, London SE – Joshua David (single)
    |                                               (Pharmaceutical chemist , Optician & Maker of Artificial Teeth)
    |                             1922:  d. at 6 Lewisham High Rd, New Cross, Deptford, Surrey (Admin London to the
    |                                                                                         reverend Arthur Pidgeon Pannell clerk - £533-9-6)
    |
    |– Sarah PIDGEON (b.9/1756, bp.5/1/1757, Cull – bu.8/12/1760, 3y 11m, Cull)
    |
    |– Henry PIDGEON (b.28/12/1758, bp.31/7/1761, Cull – bu. 25/3/1818, ‘63y’, Stockport) Skinner & Tanner
    |       :     migrated to Stockport, Cheshire
    |      m. (13/8/1792, Stockport, Ches) Ann BASKETFIELD widow (b.ab.1766 – bu.27/12/1835, 69y, Stockport)
    |       |
    |      └   →    ee PIDGEONs of Stockport family tree
    |
    |– William PIDGEON (b.13/3/1761, bp. 31/7/1761, Cull – bu.) Leather Dresser & Glover
    |      m.(26/8/1789, Culmstock) Joan GILLARD (b. – d.)
    |       |                                              m2.(10/1/1799, Exeter) John PIDGEON, (see above)
    |       |                                              m3.(12/2/1804, Cullompton) William FOWERAKER
    |       |
    |       |– John PIDGEON (b.18/11, bp.2/12/1789, Cull – bu.11/7/1792, 2y 7m, Cull)
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    |       |– Ann PIDGEON (b.14/12/1791, bp.5/1/1792, Cull – d.1868, 75y, Tiverton) Shoebinder
    |       |      m.(1811, Maker, Corn) John Moore BULT (b. – d.1838, Tiverton) Labourer, Yeoman, Innkeeper
    |       |       |    1841:  at William St, Tiverton – Ann;  Eli (15), Mary Ann (6)  + Rebecca DIMONT (80)
    |       |       |    1851:  at Newport St, Tiverton – Ann (wid);  John M (38), Mary A (16)
    |       |       |    1857:  at Cullompton – Ann BULT (present at the deaths of John & Rebecca PIDGEON)
    |       |       |    1861:  at Frog St, Tiverton – Ann;  Mary Ann BULT + Susan PARR (boarder)
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    |       |       |– John Moore BULT (bp.29/3/1813, Cull – d.1864, Derby) Cabinet Maker
    |       |       |            1861:  at 31 Duffield Rd, Derby – John (lodger with Anne LEECH & family), Scripture Reader
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    |       |       |– William Pidgeon BULT (bp.11/6/1815, Cull – d.)
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    |       |       |– Eli Burchall BULT (bp.5/1/1827, Cull. – d.1886, Sydney)
    |       |       |       :    1842,Jan:  Convicted of “stealing 6 penny pieces and breaking prison”,  sentenced to 14 years’ transportation.
    |       |       |       :    1842:  Transported To Tasmania (Van Diemen’s Land), on SS Susan (21 Apr – 24 Jul)
    |       |       |       :    1852:   at Hobart, VDL – Conditional Pardon Granted to Eli BULT
    |       |       |       :    1854:   at New Zealand Gully, Bondigo, NSW – Eli, known to be living there
    |       |       |     (+) Mary Ellen FULLER (b.ab.1846, Sydney – d.1920, Sydney)
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    |       |       |       |– William BULT (b.1865 – d.1923, Dubbo, NSW)
    |       |       |       |– Annie Louisa BULT (b.1868, Grenfell, NSW – d.1965, Kogarah Bay)
    |       |       |       |     (+) Robert LAMONT (b.1874 – d.1939)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– George LAMONT (b.1903 – d.1947)
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    |       |       |       |       |– William Archibold LAMONT (b.1905 – d.1964)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(1931, Newtown, Sydney) Thelma Annie ROGERS (b. 1903 – d.2002)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |              → Nola COUPER
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– James LAMONT (b.1906 – d.1939)
    |       |       |       |      └  John A LAMONT (b.1906 – d.1908)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Alfred BULT (b.1870 – d.1950, Dubbo, NSW)
    |       |       |       |– Lavinia BULT (b.1872, Gulgong, NSW  – d.1958, Pennant Hills, Sydney)
    |       |       |       |– Ernest BULT (b.1874, Gulgong – d.1928, Auburn, Sydney)
    |       |       |       |– Albert BULT (b.1877, Gulgong – d.1943, Gosford, NSW)
    |       |       |       |– Arthur Burchel BULT (b.1879, Dubbo, NSW – d.1932, Sydney)
    |       |       |        Edwin Eli BULT (b.1881, Dubbo, NSW – d.1955, Woy Woy, NSW)
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    |       |      └  Mary A BULT (bp.1835, Tiverton – d.) Lace Maker, Millener
    |       |
    |       |– William PIDGEON (b.3/1, bp.20/4/1794, Cull – d.9/8/1876, ‘86y’, Cull) Papermaker, Baker
    |       |      m.(22/6/1817, Cull) Mary Ann PERKS (b.ab.1798 – d.26/12/1842, 44y, Cull)
    |       |       |    1841:  at Fore St, Cull – William & Ann;  William, Henry, Elizabeth, Mary, Joseph, Charles, Emma
    |       |       |    1851:  at Fore St, Cull – William (wid), Elizabeth, Emma (lodging with William H & Ann PIDGEON &
    |       |       |    1861:  at Fore St, Cull – William (wid) + John & Elizabeth; John, Mary E GOSS                     family)
    |       |       |    1871:  at Hart’s Court, Cull – William (wid)
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– William H PIDGEON (b.ab.1818, Bristol – bu.18/1/1853, 35y, Cull) Baker
    |       |       |      m.(11/3/1844, Cull) Ann INGERSENT (b.6/6/1819, Bradninch – d.11/10/1859, Cull)
    |       |       |       |   1851: at Fore St, Cull – William & Ann; Ann, William, George + 3 lodgers: father William (wid),
    |       |       |       |                            [see Will of Ann’s mother]                                         Elizabeth (24), Emma (11)
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    |       |       |       |– Ann PIDGEON (b.1/12/1845, Cull – d.6/1/1933, 87y, Oil City, PA)
    |       |       |       |       :    1861:  at High St, Topsham – Ann (with  INGERSENT grandparents and BAKER aunt)
    |       |       |       |      m.(17/5/1869, St Thomas) William Honey CANN (b.12/3/1845, Topsham – d.15/4/1893,
    |       |       |       |       |                                                                                               48y, Oil City, PA) Blacksmith
    |       |       |       |       |    EMIGRATED TO USA in 1869    [see Indenture of Apprenticeship and his obituary]
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Anna Elizabeth CANN (b.13/12/1869, New York City, NY – d.4/2/1954, 84y,
    |       |       |       |       |        :                                                                                                   Warren, PA) Grocer
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(15/3/1907, Eldora, Iowa) Teelko Gerhard PRUIN (b.20/7/1870, Germany –
    |       |       |       |       |                                                         d.5/10/1930, 59y, Oil City) Patternmaker & Fretworker
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– William Abraham CANN (b.13/6/1871, Meadville, PA – d.30/3/1951, 79y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |       :                [see Family Bible]                                                               master Machinist
    |       |       |       |       |      m1.(4/7/1894, Jamestown, NY) Amanda E BAIR (b.16/2/1878 – d.1/6/1895, 17y, Oil
    |       |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                                            City)
    |       |       |       |       |       |–William Cecil CANN (b.26/5/1895 – d.26/7/1895, 2m, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |       :
    |       |       |       |       |      m2.(14/8/1898, Jamestown, NY) Mary Rosina TENBUS (b.6/3/1878, Edenburg, PA
    |       |       |       |       |       |                                                                                         – d.4/12/1968, Franklin, PA)
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Hazel Doreen CANN (b.4/3/1899, Oil City – d.6/3/1985, Cranberry Township,
    |       |       |       |       |       |       :                                                                                PA) Teacher & Postmistress
    |       |       |       |       |       |      m.(20/1/1920 – div.1926) Howard Edwin BLUM (b.5/2/1890, Tionesta, PA
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |                                                      – d.6/12/1978, 88y, Oil City) Oil & Gas Driller
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |– William Wesley BLUM (b.23/8/1921, Cranberry PA – d.17/3/1992, 70y,
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |       :                                                             Aiken, SC) Manufacturing Engineer
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |      m.(2/5/1942, Winchester, VA) Mildred Belle McLEAN (b.18/8/1921,
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |       |                           Fayette Co, Gam – d.21/2/1999, 77y, Greenville Co, GA)
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |                      → Linda BLUM BARTON
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Margaret Ann CANN (b.9/1/1901, New Castle, PA – d.25/8/1934, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |       |      m.(30/8/1928, Franklin, PA) Donal Leslah BATTIN (b.24/11/1902, Plum
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |                                                          Township, PA – d.7/5/1959, Franklin)
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |– Pauline Joan BATTIN (b.1929 – d.1988)
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |– Donald Leslah BATTIN (b.1931 – d.1988)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |      └ Byron Ivon CANN (b.1/11/1903, Oil City – d.3/2/2000, 96y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |                :                                                    master Mechanic, also Machinist & Welder
    |       |       |       |       |               m.(10/11/1921) Mary REMBOLD (b.1/7/1903 – d.23/12/1977, 74y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |                |
    |       |       |       |       |                |– Edgar Allen CANN (b.1923 – d.1985)
    |       |       |       |       |                |– Isabelle Louise CANN (b.1931 – d.1995)
    |       |       |       |       |                |– Charles Frederick CANN (b.1936)
    |       |       |       |       |                |– Patricia Lou CANN (b.1938 – d.1976)
    |       |       |       |       |                |– John Byron CANN (b.1942 – d.1943)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– John Ingersent CANN (b.30/4/1873, Meadville, PA – d.30/4/1899, 26y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                                          machinist
    |       |       |       |       |– George CANN (b.24/4/1877, Meadville, PA – d.14/10/1903, 26y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(1/1898) Pearl LEE (b.21/10/1878, Oil City – d.29/7/1971, 92y, Banning, CA)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Howard CANN (b. – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |        Helen CANN (b.15/9/1899, Oil City – d.4/4/1900, 6m, Pittsburg, PA)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Samuel E CANN (b.10/2/1879, Bristol, UK – d.25/2/1879, 2w, Bristol, UK)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |     └  Charles CANN (b.5/3/1880, Bristol, UK – d.23/9/1894, 14y, Oil City)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– William PIDGEON (b.17/9/1847, Cull – d.14/4/1936, 88y, Fairport, NY) Shoe Store Owner
    |       |       |       |       :                             [see family photo]             [see obituary]
    |       |       |       |       :    1861:  at Union Workhouse, Tiverton – William. George
    |       |       |       |      m.(1869, Wells, Som) Emily Ruth BAKER (b.1844, Halberton – d.9/3/1924, Rochester, NY)
    |       |       |       |       |                                                                       [see obituary]                         Dom. Servant
    |       |       |       |       |    1871:  at High St, East Budleigh – William (shoe maker) & Emily  + Edward COOKE
    |       |       |       |       |    William emigrated to USA in 1872;  Emily & Sarah followed in 1873 –
    |       |       |       |       |                                   to Erie, PA.  Moved to Rochester, NY in 1879
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Sarah PIDGEON (b.1871 – bu.9/11/1880, 9y, Rochester, NY)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– William PIDGEON (b.1874 – d.8/3/1953, Rochester, NY) Shoe Store Owner
    |       |       |       |       |       :                                                                                                 [see obituary]
    |       |       |       |       |      m.() Henrietta EBERT (b.1873 – d.22/3/1955, Buffalo, NY)     [see obituary]
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |      └ Helen PIDGEON (b. – d.)    [see photo]
    |       |       |       |       |              m.() ? DRAPER (b. – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |               |
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Emily PIDGEON (b.16/4/1878 – d.9/8/1958, Buffalo, NY)       [see photo]   [see obituary]
    |       |       |       |       |      m.() Frank L DELINE (b.1875, Yates, NY – d.8/12/1955, Buffalo, NY) Printer,
    |       |       |       |       |       |                                                                      [see obituary]                Shop Assistant  
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Dorothy DELINE (b.1/6/1903 – d.3/1976, Manchester Center, VT)
    |       |       |       |       |       |      m.() Robins CROWELL (b.23/9/1887 – d.2/1971, Dorset, VT)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |     └ Emily Mae DELINE (b.7/5/1919 – d.after 1955)
    |       |       |       |       |              m.() Lorne WEEKS, II (b.1/5/1921 – d.6/6/1994, Denver, CO)
    |       |       |       |       |               |
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.2/1882 – bu.14/9/1882, Rochester, NY)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |      └ George PIDGEON (b. – d.15/4/1957, Tonawanda, NY) Shoe merchant   [see obituary]
    |       |       |       |              m.() Jessie ELLICOTT (b. – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |      └ John Ingersent (George E) PIDGEON (b.10/2/1849, Cull – d.7/5/1897, Rochester, NY)
    |       |       |               :                                                                                       [see obituary]            Shoemaker
    |       |       |               :    1861:  at Union Workhouse, Tiverton – William. George
    |       |       |              m1.(24/1/1869, Exmouth) Jane Caroline Gertrude Downie HALL (b.1849, Dover – d.)
    |       |       |               :                                          m2.(1879, Exmouth) Henry John FLANAGAN (b. – d.)
    |       |       |               :    1871:  at 31 Woodwell Cres, Bristol – George (Unm, lodger)
    |       |       |               :    1871:  at Beach, Littleham – Jane (with mother Eliza HALL & uncle William PINE & family)
    |       |       |              m2.(20/5/1872, Bristol) Margaret HEANEY (b.ab.1854 – d.)
    |       |       |               |    GEORGE EMIGRATED TO USA IN 1872;  MARGARET & GEORGE Jr FOLLOWED IN 1873
    |       |       |               |
    |       |       |              └  George PIDGEON (b.29/3/1873, Trevithin, Pontypool, Mon – d.23/8/1894, 21y,
    |       |       |                                                                                                Rochester, NY) Musician [see obituary]
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.11/3/1820, bp.9/6/1822, Cull – d.1890, 70y, Lambeth) Baker
    |       |       |       :    1841:  at High St, Cull – John (with John MILLS [baker] & family)
    |       |       |      m1.(8/8/1845, Uffculme) Elizabeth GOSS (b.ab.1823, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |       |    1851:  at Fore St Hill, Cull – John & Elizabeth; Edward, Clarrow + Caroline (serv, 16)
    |       |       |       |                                                                                                + Jane GOSS (lodger, wid, 58)
    |       |       |       |    1861:  at 12 Little Chapel St, Westiminster, London – John (mar);  Emma (9), Clara (11),
    |       |       |       |                        Joseph  [“son, 29, Bootmaker” (sic) was John’s brother, not his son – see below]
    |       |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.17/5/1844, Cull – d? before 1850)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.1846, Cull – d.4/3/1850, 3y, Cull)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Edwin PIDGEON (b.28/5/1847, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |       |            1861:  at 13 Ivor St, Cardiff – Edwin, Frederick (nephews) with William & Mary
    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                    INCLEDON & family
    |       |       |       |– Clara PIDGEON (b.8/2/1849, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.28/7/1851, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– female PIDGEON (b.11/7/1852 – d.13/7/1852, 48h, Cull)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Fred PIDGEON (b.18/6/1854, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |       :            1861:  at 13 Ivor St, Cardiff – Edwin, Frederick (nephews) with William & Mary
    |       |       |       :                                                                                                                    INCLEDON & family
    |       |       |     (+) Sarah DAVIES (b.ab.1833, Oxford – d.1905, 72y, St Olave) Laundress
    |       |       |       |    1861:  at 5 Willesbury Place, Southwark – Sarah (mar, 28);  Clara (2), dau (3wks) DAVIS
    |       |       |       |                                                  Sarah (born Oxford) was “living on husband’s salary”
    |       |       |       |    1871:  at 16 York St, Southwark, London – John & Sarah;  Clara (12), Amelia (10), Jane (7m),
    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                      John (5)
    |       |       |       |    1881:  at 11 Britannia Chambers, Newington, London – John & Sarah;  Clara, Amelia, John,
    |       |       |       |    1891:  at 20 Buckingham Sq, Southwark – Jane, Ellen, Alfred                       Jane, Ellen, Alfred
    |       |       |       |    1901:  at 93 Chatham St, Newington – Sarah (wid)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |-? Clara Susannah DAVIS aka PIDGEON (b.1859, Bermondsey – d.)
    |       |       |       |      m.(5/4/1885, Lambeth) Robert JACKSON (b.ab.1847 – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |-? Amelia DAVIS aka PIDGEON (b.1860, Bermondsey – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.1866, Southwark – d.1922, 56y, St Olave) Dock labourer
    |       |       |       |      m.(5/2/1893, Southwark) Emily Sophia FULLER (b. 1869, Southwark – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |    1901:  at 26 St Stephens Sq, Southwark – John & Emily;  John, Arthur, Clara, Annie
    |       |       |       |       |    1911:  at 172 Long Lane, Bermondsey – John & Emily;  William John, Arthur James,
    |       |       |       |       |                                         [5/6 ch alive]          Clara, Annie, Alfred  + John DAVEY (boarder)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– William John PIDGEON (b.30/3/1894, Newington – d.1928, 34y, Stepney)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(25/6/1916, Stepney) May Olive CROSBY (b.1895, Whitechapel – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Lydia Emily A F PIDGEON (b.7/4/1917, St Geo East – d.5/1994, 77y, Louth, Lincs)
    |       |       |       |       |       |      m.(1935, Stepney) John WOOD (b. – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Olive May PIDGEON (b.22/1/1921, Whitechapel – d.9/1995, 74y, Harlow)
    |       |       |       |       |       |      m.(1944, Poplar) Peter Frederick MOTT (b.20/12/1923 – d.7/1996, 72y, Redbridge)
    |       |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.1923, St Geo East – d.1923, 0y, St Geo East)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |      └  Terence Leslie PIDGEON (b.8/6/1925, Limehouse – d.4/2001, 75y, Brentwood)
    |       |       |       |       |              m.(1948, Stepney) Queenie Rose SMITH (b.22/9/1928 – d.11/1998, 70y,
    |       |       |       |       |               |                                                                                                           Southend)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Arthur James PIDGEON (b.20/6/1895, Newington – d.1963, 67y, Maidstone)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(4/4/1920, Southwark) Amelia CANNON (b.1895, Mile End – d.1965, 70y, Tonbridge)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |      └  Ivy L PIDGEON (b.1921, Mile End – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |              m?(1941,Maidstone) Charles W H SMITH (b. – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |               |                         Or did Charles SMITH marry Ivy Laurena PIDGEON
    |       |       |       |       |                                         (b.1906, at Leyton) on the Edmonton-2 tree?
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    |       |       |       |       |– Clara Emily Sophia PIDGEON (b.8/3/1897, Bermondsey – d.1981, 84y, Worthing)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(16/5/1920, Southwark) Josiah Edmund SYMONDS (b.18/9/1894, Bermondsey –
    |       |       |       |       |       |                                                                                            d.3/1992, 97y, Worthing)
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Edward J SYMONDS (b.1922, St Olave – d.1962, 40y, Ipswich)
    |       |       |       |       |      └  Laurence V SYMONDS (b.1927, Medway – d.)
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    |       |       |       |       |– Annie Amelia PIDGEON (b.24/9/1899, Bermondsey – d.1966, 66y, Southampton)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(1923, Southwark)Edward William DOLLERY (b.1901, Camberwell d.1966, 65y,
    |       |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                               Basingstoke)
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Annie A DOLLERY (b.1924, Southwark – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |      └  Winifred E P DOLLERY (b.1928, Southwark – d.)
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    |       |       |       |       |– Emma Florence PIDGEON (b.1901, Southwark – d.1903, 2y, Southwark)
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    |       |       |       |      └  Alfred Richard PIDGEON (b.30/6/1903, Southwark – d.1975, 72y, Southwark)
    |       |       |       |              m.(1929, St Olave) Ada Florence CORBY (b.17/3/1902 – d.1988, 86y, Lewisham)
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    |       |       |       |– Jane PIDGEON (b.1870, Bethnal Green – d.1896, 25y, Southwark) Printer
    |       |       |       |      m.(25/12/1894, Lambeth) Harry WATMORE (b.1869, Reading – d.) Railway Porter
    |       |       |       |                                                  m2.(28/2/1897, Clerkenwell) Emma PERRYMAN (b. – d.)
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    |       |       |       |– Ellen Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.1872, Blackfriars – d.) Packer
    |       |       |       |      m.(24/12/1899, Walworth) Walter SMITH (b.ab.1870, Bermondsey – d.) Wheelwright
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |      └  Alfred Ernest PIDGEON (b.1876, Westminster – d.1899, 22y, Camberwell) Printer
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.29/1, bp.9/6/1822, Cull – bu.6/1/1825, 3y, Cull)
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    |       |       |– Henry PIDGEON (b.ab.1824 – d.)
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    |       |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.Bristol, bp.6/2/1827, Cull – d.1908, 82y, Cull) Cook
    |       |       |       :    1851:  at Exeter Hill, Cull – John GOSS
    |       |       |      m.(23/6/1852, Tiverton) John GOSS (b.ab.1822, Halberton – d.1907, 85y, Williton) Tailor
    |       |       |       |    1861:  at Fore St, Cull – John & Elizabeth;  John, Mary E (with William PIDGEON, wid, 66)
    |       |       |       |    1871:  at Hornsey’s Ct, Cull – John & Elizabeth
    |       |       |       |    1881:  at ??
    |       |       |       |    1891:  at Wesleyan Court, Cull – Elizabeth (wid) with son John & family
    |       |       |       |    1901:  at Cull – Elizabeth (wid)
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    |       |       |       |– John GOSS (b.19/9/1852, Cull – d.1919, 66y, Williton) Baker & Confectioner
    |       |       |       |      m.(1875, Cull) Clara Ann GODFREY (b.30/10/1854, Shoreditch, Midx – d.1947, ‘99y’,
    |       |       |       |       |    1881: at Fore St, Cull – John & Clara Ann;  Jack, George                                     Exmoor)
    |       |       |       |       |    1891: at Wesleyan Court, Cull – John & Clara Ann; Jack, Henry + Elizabeth (mother, 64)
    |       |       |       |       |    1901: at Bampton St, Minehead, Som – John & Clara A
    |       |       |       |       |    1911: at The Pound, Carhampton, Som – John & Clara Ann  [3/6 ch alive]
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    |       |       |       |       |– John (“Jack”) GOSS (b.1875, Shoreditch – d.) Milk Carrier?
    |       |       |       |       |            1901:  ? at Ealing, Middx – “Alfred” (24, b.Cull)
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    |       |       |       |       |– George GOSS (b.1879, Cull – d?1939, 61y, Bakewell) Baker
    |       |       |       |       |       :    1891:  at Fore St, Cull – Jessie DUMMETT (wid, baker) + George GOSS (errand boy)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.(1900, Lewes)Annie DOWN (b.1868, Timberscombe, Som – d.1937, 69y, Nottingham)
    |       |       |       |       |       |    1901:  at Main Street, Blyth, Notts – George & Annie
    |       |       |       |       |       |    1911:  at 592 Mansfield Rd, Nottingham – George & Annie;  George, Ruby
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    |       |       |       |       |       |– George Frederick GOSS (b.1901, Blythe, Notts – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |       |– Ruby Phyllis GOSS (b.1904, Beeston, Notts – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |      └? Winifred M GOSS (b.1912, Oldham – d.)
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    |       |       |       |     └  Henry GOSS (b.1881, Cull – d?1962, 83y, Newton Abbot) Baker, Prudential Insurance
    |       |       |       |                    1901: at Park St, Minehead, Som – Harry (servt to Annie Jervis, baker)           Agent
    |       |       |       |                    1911: at Quarr, Maiden Newton, Dor – Harry (boarder with John REED)
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    |       |       |      └  Mary Elizabeth GOSS (b.ab.1855, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |              m.(1874, Cull) Ephraim FORSE (b.ab.1851, Cull? – d.) (Tanner’s?) Foundry Labourer
    |       |       |               |    1881:  at 1 Victoria St, Ystradyfodwg, Glam – Ephram & Mary Elizabeth (visitors
    |       |       |               |                                                                                         with Thomas HEARD & family)
    |       |       |               |    1891:  at 1 Price St, Ystradyfodwg – Ephram & Mary;  William  + 2 lodgers
    |       |       |               |    1911:  at 41 Carne St, Pentre, Rhondda, Glam – Ephram (single, boarder)
    |       |       |              └  William FORSE (b.ab.1887, Cull – d.)
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    |       |       |– Mary Ann PIDGEON (b.ab.1830, Tiverton – d.) House servant
    |       |       |      :     1851:  at Northcott Farm, Uffculme – Mary Ann PIDGEON + Samuel CLARKE (servants to
    |       |       |     (+) ? Samuel CLARKE                                                                           Clement VENN, farmer)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Samuel Clark PIDGEON (b.18/1/1852, Cull – d?1852/53)
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    |       |       |      m.(21/3/1852, Cull) Samuel CLARKE (b.ab.1832, Churchstanton – d.) Farmer
    |       |       |       |    1861:  at Park, Stockland – Samuel & Mary A;  John, Mary A
    |       |       |       |    1871:  at Moorpitt, Yarcombe – Samuel & Mary Ann;  John, Mary Ann, Emma, William
    |       |       |       |                                                                                                              Charles, Francis Henry
    |       |       |       |    1881:  at Knapp Farm, Yarcombe – Samuel & Mary Ann;  William, Charles, Henry,
    |       |       |       |                                                                                                  Elizabeth, Samuel, Annie (g.daur)
    |       |       |       |    1891:  at Rawridge Farm, Upottery – Samuel & Mary Ann;  William, Elizth, Fred, Annie (g.dau)
    |       |       |       |    1901:  at Rawridge Farm, Upottery – Samuel & Mary Ann;  Samuel F
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    |       |       |       |– John CLARKE (b.ab.1854, Uffculme – d.)
    |       |       |       |– Mary Ann CLARKE (b.ab.1858, Dalwood – d.)
    |       |       |       |     (+) ? ?
    |       |       |       |      └  Annie CLARKE (b.ab.1879, Yarcombe – d.)
    |       |       |       |– Emma CLARKE (b.1862, Kilmington – d.)
    |       |       |       |– William CLARKE (b.ab.1864, Kilmington – d.)
    |       |       |       |– Charles CLARKE (b.ab.1865, Kilmington – d.)
    |       |       |       |– Francis Henry CLARKE (b.ab.1869, Yarcombe – d.)
    |       |       |       |      m.(1902, Fulham) Annie EWINS (b.1880, Evesham - d.)
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |– Stanley Francis CLARKE (b.1904, Fulham – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |– Evelyn CLARKE (b.1907, Fulham – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |      m.() Ernest OVERTON (b.1906 – d.)
    |       |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |       |              → Ruth WILSON
    |       |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |      └  Samuel CLARKE (b.1908 – d.)
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |       |– Elizabeth CLARKE (b.ab.1871, Yarcombe – d.)
    |       |       |      └  Samuel Frederick J CLARKE (b.ab.1874, Yarcombe – d.)
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    |       |       |– Joseph PIDGEON (b.ab.1831, Tiverton – d.) Bootmaker
    |       |       |       :    1851:  at Gold Street, Tiverton – Joseph (19, apprentice to William BIDGOOD, cordwainer)
    |       |       |      m.(1857, Swansea) Anna Maria JOYCE (b.ab.1831, Bolsover? – d.)
    |       |       |       |    1861:  at 12 Little Chapel St, Westiminster, London – Joseph (with brother John – see above)
    |       |       |       |               at 11 John St, Lambeth – Anna M;  Julia A
    |       |       |       |    1871:  at 34 Broad St, Westiminster – Joseph & Maria;  Julia
    |       |       |       |
    |       |       |      └  Julia Ann PIDGEON (b.1858, Swansea – d.)
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    |       |       |– Charles PIDGEON (b.31/10/1833, Tiverton – d.1888, 64y, Eastbourne) Baker
    |       |       |       :    1851:  at 8 Merrifields Place, Brisrol – Charles (visitor to Christopher CARR & amily)
    |       |       |      m1.(25/12/1863, Waterloo, London)Eliza WICHELOE (b.ab.1836, Limehouse, London – d.1871,
    |       |       |       :                                                                                                                        34y,Camberwell)
    |       |       |       :    1871:  at Azenby Terrace, Lyndhurst St, Camberwell – Charles & Elisa  + servant
    |       |       |      m2.(4/1/1874, Kentish Town) Louisa MARNEY (b.ab.1836, Bath? – d.1895, 58r, Eastbourne)
    |       |       |            1881: at 55 Union St, Lambeth – Charles & Louisa  + Mary LUCK (lodger)
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– Caroline PIDGEON (b.ab.1835, Cull – d.)
    |       |       |            1851: at Fore St Hill, Cull – Caroline (servt to brother John & family, see above)
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    |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.ab.1/1837 – d.30/10/1838, 1¾y, Cull)
    |       |       |
    |       |      └  Emma PIDGEON (b.19/10/1839, Cull – d.)     [photo]
    |       |               :    1861:  at Fore St, Cull – Emma PIDGEON (house servant to Christian BILBIE)
    |       |               :    1861:  at New St, Cull – George BISS (with brother James & family)
    |       |              m.(1862, Cull) George BISS (b.ab.1844, Kentisbeare – d.) Carpenter
    |       |               |    1881:  at New Street, Cull – George & Emma;  George, Annie, Emma Jane, Elizabeth
    |       |               |               at High Street, Cull – Mary Ann, Eliza: servants to Tom CHICK & family
    |       |               |
    |       |               |– George BISS (b.ab.1865, Cull – d.) Iron Foundry Lab.
    |       |               |– Mary Ann BISS (b.1866, Cull – d.) Domestic
    |       |               |– Eliza BISS (b.ab.1868, Cull – d.) Nursemaid
    |       |               |– Ann Susan BISS (b.1870, Cull – d.)
    |       |               |– Emma Jane BISS (b.1874, Cull – d.)
    |       |              └  Elizabeth BISS (b.1877, Cull – d.)
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    |      └  John Gillard PIDGEON (b.7/6, bp.22/6/1796, Cull – bu.2/5/1800, 3y 11m, Cull)
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    |– Sarah PIDGEON (b.10/1/1764, bp.29/2/1764, Cull – d?1849, Tiverton)
    |      m.(8/3/1784, Cull) William FACEY (b.ab.1765 – bu.31/3/1844, 79y, Cull) Shoemaker
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    |      └   →    See PIDGEON–FACEYs of Cullompton family tree
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   └  Joseph PIDGEON (bp.25/12/1767, Cull – bu.2/6/1793, 27y, Cull)
           m. (16/2/1792, Cull) Rebecca MILLS (b.  – d.)
            |                                  m2.(16/2/1806, Cull) William BENNETT (b. – d.)
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           └  William Henry PIDGEON (b.9/2, bp.27/2/1793, Cull – bu.6/6/1793, 4m, Cull)
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